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Soft Heat Radiators: For A Better Thermal Comfort

The soft heat radiator is both very practical and very economical. It allows to bring more thermal comfort and can sometimes surpass central heating in terms of performance. This device also has many advantages and is suitable for all homes. So, without further ado, let’s dive into this blog and learn some of the things you need to know about radiators.

A very efficient device


The soft heat radiator is classified among the most efficient electric heating systems. Indeed, it provides much better thermal comfort. But it is also equipped with the latest technology. In other words, it is both aesthetic and easy to use.

This device can compete with a central heating system and can even generate up to 50% energy savings. Today, the purchase of soft heat radiators is skyrocketing, as they are easy to install and can be easily adapted to all types of homes.

A very innovative heating device

Soft heat radiators have a very innovative operation. Indeed, they have a great resistance that allows them to transmit the heat they produce to the heating body. The latter is usually made of materials with a much better inertia capacity. In addition, the heat produced by the heater is retained and released into the room.

Most heaters require continuous heating of their resistance to maintain a constant temperature in the house. But this is not the case with a soft heat radiator. Indeed, this one is equipped with an essential element called a programmer, which allows it to increase its performance.

In other words, its resistance does not need to be heated continuously. This makes it possible to save a lot of energy. Moreover, this modern device can be connected to an internet box. This means that it is possible to control it remotely. It also means that it stops automatically once it detects the opening of the windows.

The different types of soft heat radiators

There are two main types of soft heat radiators on the market:

The dry inertia radiator

This one has a core made of aluminum, stone, or cast iron. The latter allows for the storage of heat, then redistributes it for a long time. The heating body can be made of different refractory materials (like concrete, granite, lava stone, or brick) if it is made of stone. But if it is made of aluminum, then the device can have a huge reactivity allowing it to warm up the room in a fast way.

The fluid inertia radiator

Unlike a dry inertia radiator, the fluid inertia radiator has a heating body made of heat transfer fluids: oils or water mixed with glycol. This allows this device to display a strong inertia.

The installation of a soft heat radiator

The installation of a soft heat radiator is often easy to achieve. But it can become a real nightmare if you do not have the necessary means, such as knowledge of electricity.

In this case, you should definitely call in a professional. These companies also carry out all the maintenance and installation work for video surveillance, remote assistance, alarm, and electricity.

The advantages of the soft heat radiator

This modern device has many advantages, namely:

    • Optimal heating comfort
    • No temperature variation
    • A modern design
    • Ease of adaptation to all types of interior decorations
    • A device that suits all small spaces
    • Different types of sizes.

Final thoughts


I get cold pretty quickly, and I don’t think I could survive the hard Canadian winter without my old trustee heater. They are real lifesavers, especially if you live in colder areas when the temperature reaches below 0°C. Sound off in the comments section below, and tell us what you want to read next and if you want to read more about radiators.